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A Few Interesting Photos from History (35 pics)

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Bonnie and Clyde in a photo found at one of their hide outs after a police raid. Joplin Missouri 1933

The headquarters of Benito Mussolini and the Italian Fascist party, 1934

Muhammad Ali Talks Suicidal Man Off Ledge, 1981

The crew of the Enola Gay after dropping the atomic bomb on Hiroshima – 1945

The Olympic flame arriving in Berlin – 1936

Vladimir Lenin’s last photo. He had had three strokes at this point and was completely mute, 1923

Chorus girls relaxing in the dressing room between scenes during the filming of ‘Broadway’, 1928

Ralph Edwards and Marilyn Monroe at the Hollywood Entertainers baseball game in 1952…Dat Rump!

The Beatles at the Palais des Sports in France, June 1965

Sailors at Pearl Harbor watch as the USS Shaw explodes during the Japanese attack. December 7, 1941

The last picture of Adolf Hitler – 1945

The crew of Apollo 11 enjoy the traditional steak and egg breakfast before departing for the moon, July 16 1969

Camp Commandant Amon Goeth, infamous from the movie “Schindler’s List”, on the balcony of his house overlooking Plaszow labor camp, Poland . 1943-44.

Crew of the Japanese carrier Zuikaku give one final banzai cheer before the ship sinks. 1944

Private box in Ford’s Theater, Washington, where President Lincoln was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth on the night of April 14, 1865

Two Beautiful Flappers in Front of a Peerless Touring Car, San Francisco Bay Area, 1923

Laika, the first dog in space. No provisions were made for her return, and she died there 1957

One of the sceintist had regrets about sending Laika into space. Oleg Gazenko:

“Work with animals is a source of suffering to all of us. We treat them like babies who cannot speak. The more time passes, the more I’m sorry about it. We shouldn’t have done it. We did not learn enough from the mission to justify the death of the dog.”

The last know Tasmanian Tiger Photgraphed in 1933

A letter from Gandhi to Hitler, written a month before the latter invaded Poland and started WWII

The aftermath from a B-25 bomber crashing into the Empire State Building 1945

The original Moulin Rouge the year before it burned down – Paris, France 1914

General George S. Patton’s dog on the day of Patton’s death on December 21st, 1945

Lyndon B. Johnson cries as he listens to his son-in-law describe conditions in Vietnam. 1968

Hiroshima, Japan, August 6, 1945, 3 Hours After the Dropping of the Atomic Bomb

Japan one month after Hiroshima, 1945

Marilyn Monroe and Joe Dimaggio at the Fairmont Banff Hotel in Banff, Canada, five months before their wedding. August 19, 1953

Following Marilyn Monroe’s death, Joe DiMaggio was so devastated he held a private funeral barring all the Hollywood elite, delivered roses to her grave three times a week for over 20 years, never remarried, and his last words were “I’ll finally get to see Marilyn.”

Ku Klux Klan at the carnival in Canon City, 1925

Germans returning after the Battle of Berlin gaze up at the new order of things, Berlin, July 1945

The Inauguration of Abraham Lincoln 1861

Gold diggers marching through Chilkoot pass, the only way towards Dawson City, 1898

Iceberg that had red and black paint on it. They believe that this is the iceberg that sank the Titanic. Photographed in 1912

Driving class at Michigan Highland Park University, 1939

Slave torturing devices. The collar may have been used to prevent him from escaping through narrow openings, like windows, etc, 1863

4 year old Joseph Schleifstein, who survived the Holocaust by being kept hidden by his father, from Nazi officials inside Buchenwald concentration camp, is seen here shortly after his liberation in April, 1945

He was hidden by his father in a large sack, enabling him to avoid detection by SS guards when arriving at the camp. Other prisoners helped his father keep him hidden and Schleifstein survived until the Americans liberated the camp. After the war, Schleifstein and his parents emigrated to the United States. He did not discuss his wartime experiences for decades, even with his children. His case was discovered by chance in 1999, leading to a search for him and an eventual newspaper interview.

Julia Child doing her cooking show ‘The French Chef’, 1963


Comments (1):

Khysiek 4 month s ago MARK AS SPAM
#13 There were NO Poland at that time - German occupied territories. Learn history for the fucks sake !